If you or a loved one has suffered liver failure or another serious injury after taking Tylenol, contact our law firm today.  Our experienced attorneys will discuss your situation Free of Charge, and our Acetaminophen Team:

  • Currently has over 100 cases filed nationwide for liver damage and other injuries or deaths. 
  • Is leading the national litigation in this area.
  • Has been handling injury and death cases due to unintentional acetaminophen overdoses for more than 15 years.
In complex cases such as these, it is very important to have experienced lawyers who understand your situation, as well as the medicine and science that are so critical to successful results.

ANNOUNCEMENT: McNeil Consumer Healthcare Announces Plans for New Dosing Instructions for TYLENOL® Products

July 28, 2011: McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, announced today that it will lower the recommended dose of extra strength Tylenol and Regular Strength Tylenol.   This is a substantial change for a product that for the last 30 years has marketed itself as: “the painkiller you can trust” and “the painkiller doctors prescribe most.”  If these marketing statements were true, then why does the company feel now that it should lower the recommended dose? 

 The truth is, this change is part of what our Tylenol team has been fighting for over the last decade – an admission by the manufacturer of Tylenol that the product is in fact extremely dangerous and that too many people are dying and suffering liver damage as a result of acetaminophen poisoning.  This change is important for consumers who have been injured by acetaminophen and they are advised to seek a knowledgeable attorney in this area.  Henry Spiegel Milling is paving the way in this regards.

Contact us if you believe or have been told that you suffered liver damage, transplant or the death of a family member due to acetaminophen.


Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, Excedrin, and other over-the-counter pain relievers, is the number one cause of acute liver failure in the United States.  Over 56,000 visits to emergency rooms, 23,000 hospitalizations and 450 deaths per year are directly related to acetaminophen.  Since the mid-1990's, studies have shown that acetaminophen, when combined with not eating properly can cause liver damage.  People suffering flu-like symptoms (nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite), or dental pain, commonly take acetaminophen products during their illness.  Because these people are not eating properly during their illness, a liver injury may occur even when taking acetaminophen within the recommended dose. 


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If you or someone you know has taken Tylenol or other medications containing acetaminophen and suffered liver problems, contact us today. Please fill out the short evaluation form above, email us or call us at (866) 959-3877 and an experienced attorney with Henry Spiegel Milling LLP will assist you in evaluating your claim. Attorney consultations incur no obligation on your part and all initial consultations are free of charge.


*Our acetaminophen team consists of the law firms Henry Spiegel Milling LLP and Toliver & Gainer, LLP.


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